FAA

Our fleet comprises of a diverse range of aircraft, with an impressive safety record. Students may utilize Cessna 152s, Cessna 172s, Cessna 172 float & Cessna 206 aircraft for training.

Cessna 152

Cessna 152

The Cessna 152, an American manufactured two-seater, is a popular training aircraft due to its simplicity. With a slightly higher-powered engine than the 150, the aircraft provides students the ability to learn in the air without feeling rushed. Sensitive to changes of the wind, the 152 enables the student to get a complete ‘feel’ for the airplane and the control forces necessary to operate it.

Cessna 172

Cessna 172

The Cessna 172 “Skyhawk” is a four seat, single engine aircraft that is arguably the most popular training aircraft utilized around the globe. Reliability, combined with ease of use and a rugged airframe, the Skyhawk is the ideal trainer for aspiring pilots.

Cessna 172 Float

Cessna 172 Float

If you thought the C172 was fun to fly, try it with floats! Combining all the versatility of the float airplane with the reliability of the Skyhawk, the float rating is an essential addition to any resume, especially for a pilot living on an island.

Cessna T206H – Amphibious Trainer

Cessna T206H – Amphibious Trainer

The powerful turbocharged engine of the Cessna T206 yields shorter takeoff distances, faster climbs, higher altitudes and greater speed. Used for personal use as well as transport, this airplane provides the pilot a chance to hone their skills as well as varying their flight experience.